Turn Old Tin Cans into Picnic Helpers

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With the warm weather, everyone wants to be eating al fresco. You can turn any BBQ or picnic into a comfortable event with these handy little Picnic Helpers from Rachel Griffith of P.S. I Quilt. All you need are some empty aluminum cans and fabric scraps to create cute little containers for napkins, forks and picnic trash. You know how I love craft projects that recycle. These are also perfect for the upcoming 4th of July holiday. You can even use fabric in red, white and blue to create patriotic little picnic helpers. Thanks for the clever idea Rachel!

Check out the Picnic Helpers Project here!

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Comments

  1. Button Garden Crafts says

    Those cans are so CUTE! That is a great idea, I did something similar with some boring flower pots. Its amazing how far a little extra material can go :) I love the blogs in your blogroll, too, anyway you might consider adding mine?

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